Mainstream analysts and market bulls have some powerful numbers on their side: government-published unemployment figures remain low, America just had the best first quarter of a year for stocks since 1998, and the U.S. dollar is still the world’s reserve currency. But is all of this really indicative of a strong economy and a sustainable market, or is it just an illusion?
Though it’s been grossly underreported in the corporate media, Bitcoin’s 65% surge from the December lows has been nothing short of phenomenal. Crypto bulls wouldn’t be surprised to see the crypto rebound continue upwards – but cautious investors might wonder whether the 65% move was too much, too fast.
Many of you reading this might think that you own gold and silver, and some of you are right – if you have physical holdings. On the other hand, if you’re holding derivatives or an ETF that you think represents gold or silver ownership, think again: you’re betting on a system that could collapse at any time.